caseload

noun case·load \ ˈkās-ˌlōd \
Updated on: 3 Dec 2017

Definition of caseload

: the number of cases handled (as by a court or clinic) usually in a particular period

Examples of caseload in a Sentence

  1. We have a heavy caseload today.

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First Known Use of caseload

1923


CASELOAD Defined for English Language Learners

caseload

noun

Definition of caseload for English Language Learners

  • : the number or amount of cases handled by a court, social worker, etc.


Medical Dictionary

caseload

noun case·load \ ˈkās-ˌlōd \

medical Definition of caseload

: the number of cases handled (as by a clinic) in a particular period

Law Dictionary

caseload

noun case·load \ ˈkās-ˌlōd \

legal Definition of caseload

: the number of cases handled (as by a court or a lawyer) often in a particular period

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